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A friend's dad once stormed up to me and threatened to "punch your stupid face in" because I pointed a camera at him. I was 11. Have you ever done something innocent or made a harmless joke that ended in threats to your person? Tell us about it.

Thanks to Skullfunkerry for the suggestion

(, Thu 26 Sep 2013, 12:28)
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I once saw two couples walking up the main street of my town
the couple at the front looked uncomfortable as the couple they were with were arguing loudly. As I approached I saw the man grab his partner and slam her up against a shop window. I asked the other couple "Is she ok?" before they got a chance to answer I heard "WHY DON'T YOU MIND YOU OWN FUCKING BUSINESS!?" before turning round to get punched full on in the face.......by the woman who was getting slammed against the glass.

I gave up after that.
(, Wed 2 Oct 2013, 14:07, 8 replies)
Something akin to this happened once to me
(, Wed 2 Oct 2013, 14:42, closed)
probably because you sound like Jethro

(, Wed 2 Oct 2013, 15:08, closed)
Well, why didn't you mind your own fucking business?
mind your own fucking business STAY ABOUT FROM MY BINS
(, Wed 2 Oct 2013, 15:35, closed)
that's inbreeding for you

(, Wed 2 Oct 2013, 16:10, closed)
Similar happened to me in Spain. I have then heard similar stories from a number of people.
Then bitches wonder why no one comes running to their aid anymore.
(, Wed 2 Oct 2013, 16:16, closed)
Never get involved in domestics
This is why the police hate them so much.

I used to live with a (totally mental) couple, who used to have colossal arguments. I tried not to get involved, but one night, after much shouting and breaking things, she was banging on my door at three in the morning telling me to call the police. I went out and she was a total mess, and said he'd hit her and taken her phone off her so she couldn't call them. She was hysterical so I went into the lounge and asked him and he said, yes, he had, because the police didn't need to be involved.

I calmed her down a bit, but she was insisting he'd hit her and she wanted to call the police, so I went back to the lounge and talked him into giving the phone back.

Police then turn up and take her away. The next morning they came over to interview me and the bloke. I basically said that I hadn't seen anything happen, just heard the noise of an argument, and then tried to calm things down.


He got carted off for an interview, and came back in the afternoon. She was pressing charges. This went on for about three days until she changed her mind and came back and they were all loved up again.

Except that she wouldn't speak to me from that day forward and kept telling me to move out (it wasn't her house) because I shouldn't be interfering in their relationship.

(, Wed 2 Oct 2013, 16:50, closed)
Some couples love the drama and especially like involving outsiders.
There are plenty of *real* domestic violence victims (women, men, kids, elderly people) who never let anyone else know whats going on. The showy ones give the genuine ones a bad name.
(, Wed 2 Oct 2013, 17:31, closed)
Hopefully he beat the little cunt to death.
As I've mentioned before: I hope cunts like Rihanna who promote violence against women are beaten to death by the excrement they protect.
Some of us just want to get on with things wthout the self-important arseholes promoting violence.
(, Wed 2 Oct 2013, 19:28, closed)

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